Eine Frau sucht Liebe 1969 — Helen• She worked as a maid, a librarian and foreign language correspondent in Copenhagen.
In 1952, she made her screen debut in Postlagernd Turteltaube 1952 promoted at the time as 'a comedy against fear' followed four years later by appearances on the German and Austrian stage.
Danach blieb Rudnik eine bei Film und Fernsehen gefragte Darstellerin.
It was revealed that Siegel gave only 5000 Euros to each of the sisters, although more than one million records were sold.
She also became a vocal supporter of and.
Following the end of World War II, Barbara returned to Berlin to study drama abandoning her dream of becoming a medical doctor.
She also became a vocal supporter for Environmental protection and Animal rights.